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Hearings planned on proposed air regulations

FAIRBANKS - Fairbanks residents who burn wood to save money as an alternative to expensive heating oil will have three chances to discuss proposed state regulations aimed at curbing particulate pollution.

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State misses deadline but plans to forge ahead with mixing zones

The state missed a deadline Thursday to adopt a rule that would allow industries to discharge more pollution into fish spawning streams, but compliance with the deadline wasn't mandatory, regulators said Thursday.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

Ditto for entrepreneurs wanting to build a fish-food plant and a chocolate factory at Alaska Pulp Co.'s old mill site, five miles east of the Baranof Island town.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/042999/Loc_mill.shtml
Federal rules stall funding for rural plumbing projects

Millions of dollars in government funds for Alaska rural water and sewer projects are stalled by an impasse between state and federal officials.

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DEC: No action needed at site of old pulp mill

Allowing nature to take its course is the best course of action for cleanup at Sitka's old Alaska Pulp Corp. mill site, according to state regulators.

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Lack of awareness factor in shutdown

JUNEAU - The operator of the 800-mile trans-Alaska pipeline system said Wednesday that an internal company review found that power failure and lack of "situational awareness" contributed to a contained oil spill in May.

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Partnership takes on cleanup of old mine's oil tanks

One of Juneau's most notorious hazards - a couple of deteriorating bunker oil tanks from the old Alaska-Juneau gold mine, perched on a hill above downtown's Taku Smokeries/Fisheries plant - is getting a comprehensive cleanup.

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State Briefs

Two men found dead in Fairbanks home FAIRBANKS - Two men were discovered killed in a Willow Street home Saturday evening. Fairbanks police officers Sunday afternoon had not released names or how the men died on the community's north side. However, Rick Taylor, who lives nearby, told the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner that his uncle, Ron Long, was one of the victims. The other was Long's friend, Mark Chambers, Taylor said.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

Allowing nature to take its course is the best course of action for cleanup at Sitka's old Alaska Pulp Corp. mill site, according to state regulators.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/022299/Loc_pulpmill.shtml
Juneau Empire Online Local News: Sitka must wait longer for gift of old pulp mill 9/4/98

A dozen businesses ready to set up shop at Alaska Pulp Co.'s old mill site in Sitka will have to wait or find an alternative location. State and federal regulators have yet to sign off on health and ecological risk assessments at the mill site and at Silver Bay. Initially the assessments were

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/090498/sitkamill.html

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